Seasonal content for Fortnite is an important element of the battle royale’s live-service framework. The big end-of-season events, though, are the most anticipated element of Fortnite’s seasons. These season-ending events frequently include big cinematic experiences in which Fortnite players can take part. Chapter 2 of Fortnite Season 7 is no exception. Operation: Sky Fire, the last event for Chapter 2 Season 7 of Fortnite, has been revealed by Epic Games.
First, let’s take a look at how Fortnite gamers may participate in Operation: Sky Fire. On Sunday, September 12 at 1:00 p.m. PT/4:00 p.m. ET, the Chapter 2 Season 7 finale will officially begin. Players will be able to queue right into the event once it begins.
The line will open 30 minutes before the event begins, enabling participants to pre-register so that they may get right into the action when it starts. There will be a total of 16 players in each Operation: Sky Fire lobby.
Fortnite gamers are probably well aware of what Operation: Sky Fire is. As the alien invasion has progressed for some time, the alien Mothership hovering above Fortnite’s landscape has resulted in a slew of bizarre outcomes.
Players will finally take the fight to the invaders in Operation: Sky Fire. As part of Doctor Slone’s covert mission, Fortnite players’ “strike squads” will board the Mothership and “deliver IO’s final message” to the aliens, according to the official description.
Chapter 2 Season 7 will conclude with Operation: Sky Fire. That implies that between now and September 12 at 1:00 p.m. PT/4:00 p.m. ET, Fortnite players should complete any limited-time Quests or Battle Pass-related activities.
This includes using up all Battle Stars and Alien Artifacts, which would otherwise be wasted at the conclusion of the season. Furthermore, Superman’s Quests will cease when the season finishes, but LeBron James and Vox Hunter’s will continue throughout the following season.
Nobody knows what players may anticipate from Operation: Sky Fire. Over the last few weeks, Doctor Slone’s missions have indicated a violent response to the alien invasion as she studied alien abductions and other topics. Slone appears to have planted explosives on several of the floating islands near the Mothership in the teaser. Fortnite gamers should expect some fireworks at the very least.
What awaits Fortnite fans at the start of Chapter 3 Season 8 is just as thrilling to think about as the end of Chapter 2 Season 7. Slone has stated that she intends to destroy the Mothership, and that the area in which it would be destroyed is not unpopulated. This might indicate some significant Fortnite map modifications. Following Operation: Battle Royale, Fortnite gamers will find out. On September 12th, Sky Fire will be released.